extended forecast

extended forecast

[ik′stend·əd ′fȯr‚kast]
(meteorology)
In general, a forecast of weather conditions for a period extending beyond 2 days from the day of issue. Also known as long-range forecast.
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However, developing economies, such as in Asia-Pacific, will significantly influence the DNA diagnostic market during the extended forecast period (2020-2025), largely due to potential growth in per capita healthcare expenditure and very large undiagnosed population.
In its extended forecast for Friday 10 May to Sunday 19 May, the Met Office said: "The unsettled theme will probably continue on Friday, and perhaps into Saturday, with sunshine, showers and perhaps longer spells of rain which will be most likely across the south.
The latest extended forecast suggests temperatures will remain around 10C in the North before warming by a few degrees on Sunday and the bank holiday Monday.
Sensing trouble in the extended forecast, the White Sox on Friday decided to move the start of the game from 7:10 p.m.
The extended forecast by the National Weather Service's Portland office shows no big storms on the horizon, with indications there will be clear or mostly clear skies Monday in the Willamette Valley and Central Oregon for the state's biggest-ever viewing party.
3G and 4G services will be the primary drivers of growth with 3G and 4G connections now expected to surpass 23mn by the end of our newly extended forecast period in 2020.
Because two key Spanish concessions, Aumar and Acesa, mature within 2021, we have also run an extended forecast exercise to assess how the metrics of the recourse business perimeter evolve post maturities of these concessions (2019 and 2021).
The extended forecast through to Saturday calls for "partly cloudy weather in general.
After checking the extended forecast, I noticed cold, wet weather was predicted for the week of his visit.
[USPRwire, Fri Jan 23 2015] Well into our extended forecast period, market conditions in Chile remain very attractive for multinational drugmakers.
On a geographic basis, developed countries will continue to dominate the market, but developing economies, such as in the Asia-Pacific region, will notably influence the market during the extended forecast period to 2025, mainly as a result of potential rise in per capita healthcare expenditure and very large undiagnosed population.
The extended forecast calls for temperatures in the high-80s that day.

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